Cardiff have won five games in a row to close the gap on stuttering sixth-placed Bournemouth to three points ahead of this huge game at the Vitality Stadium.
Mick McCarthy may not have been the most popular of appointments at Cardiff, but the experienced coach has worked wonders by guiding his side right into the playoff picture.
City are without a defeat in seven matches under McCarthy, following a previous run of five losses in a row that brought an end to Neil Harris's tenure.
Cardiff saw off Preston North End 4-0 last time out for their fifth victory in a row, keeping a clean sheet in three of those matches.
All of a sudden, the Welsh side now find themselves just three points off the playoffs and can move into the top six on Wednesday for the first time this term.
For that to happen they need to beat Bournemouth by two goals, and on the basis of both sides' recent form that is certainly not out of the question.
Woodgate's men lost 2-1 at Queens Park Rangers on Saturday and have now won just two of their last nine league matches, albeit coming in their last two home games.
However, not since February 2018 have the South Coast side won three successive home league matches.
As for Cardiff, they are looking to make it four away wins on the spin in the league for the first time since a run of five in February 2013.
Bournemouth Championship form: LLWDWL
Bournemouth form (all competitions): LWWDWL
Cardiff City Championship form: DWWWWW
Shane Long got off the mark with his first goal for the club last time out, but the Southampton loanee is at risk of dropping out of the XI here.
January signing Jonny Williams was named among the subs against Preston and may make his first appearance on Wednesday, though that will likely be from the bench.
Moore, Murphy and Harry Wilson all impressed against North End at the weekend and will surely retain their places in the side.
Bournemouth possible starting lineup:
Begovic; Smith, Mepham, Carter-Vickers, Kelly; Lerma, Cook, Billing; Brooks, Surridge, Stanislas
Cardiff City possible starting lineup:
Phillips; Flint, Nelson, Morrison; Ng, Pack, Vaulks, Bennett; Wilson, Moore, Murphy
We say: Bournemouth 1-1 Cardiff City
Cardiff are the Championship's form team, having taken 15 points from the last 15 on offer, whereas Bournemouth have won just twice in their last nine matches.
However, the Cherries have won five of their last six home league matches against Cardiff - losing the other 3-1 in 2002 - and we can see them halting City's winning run here.